About a year ago, when it was announced that one of the most popular gatherings would not be held, a mass moan spread throughout the US truck industry.[EningCOVID-19coronaviruspandemic[eningCOVID-19coronaviruspandemic
However, as the number of Americans vaccinated now increases and states and communities are slowly reopening to allow large-scale rallies, the annual National Convention of American Antique Track Clubs will be held next month. Return to Macungie, Pennsylvania. And this year’s gathering adds the meaning of celebrating an organizational anniversary, as ATCA celebrates its 50th anniversary, or as clubs call it the “semi 100th anniversary” with an emphasis on “semi”. Masu.
Sure, some essential health precautions will be taken, but Macungie is back, as the show is known among its loyal fans. And it’s the latest issue of the Truckers News Podcast. Is the subject of.
Organizer and curator of the Mac Museum, Doug Maney, talks about the show, the tracks there, and a big part of the event that won’t be held this year.
A loyal truck show returns directly to Macungie, PA, June 18-19.
https://www.truckersnews.com/home/article/15065714/truck-show-faithful-will-return-to-macungie-pennsylvania-in-person-june-1819 A loyal truck show returns directly to Macungie, PA, June 18-19.